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A look at Birmingham in videos …

RV shopping in Calera. From Wayward Waggs.

August road trip to see Pentatonix at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, with a stop at the Riverchase Galleria. From Joanna Crauswell.

Browsing at Academy Sports and Outdoors at Lee Branch. From Bailey Pappas.

Arizona electro funk band Spafford performs in August at Avondale Brewing Co. From Isom Morgan.

Sloss Furnaces. From Dominic Bouchard.

More from Sloss. From Traveling with Rick.

Los Angeles alternative band States and Capitals visits the Nick on Southside. From States and Capitals.

Promo for Los Angeles comedian and Samford alumnus John Crist in November at Samford University. From Premier Productions.

Ed Yielding of Florence, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel who set the coast-to-coast air speed record, on local TV show “Our Issues Birmingham.” From Our Issues Birmingham.

From the top of Vulcan (our vertical video of the week). From Luis Jauregui.

British expatriate Bill Keene on barbecue, filmed at Rusty’s BBQ in Leeds. From Bama Brit.

And visits Avondale Brewing Co. (our other vertical video of the week). From Bama Brit.

Promo for wrestling duo the Boss ‘N’ Hug Connection, a k a Sasha Banks and Bayley, at WWE Live on Friday at Legacy Arena downtown. From It’s Bayley.

Performances by Birmingham artists Janson, De Courtenay, Saint Aether, BlankPage, Von Maur and Deecy Monroe at Sam Kilroy’s Garage in Woodlawn. From Nathan Seale.

Train in Woodlawn. From Birmingham-Rail Productions.

Trains in Irondale. From Carson Bean.

Trying Taco Mama at the Summit. From Bryce Brown.

In an August news conference at Lawson State Community College, Jay Roberson resigns from the Birmingham city council after 9 years. From WVTM-13 News.

UAB at Texas–San Antonio in a virtual Alamodome in “NCAA Football 14.” From Matt Peery.

Promo for Jay Clyce with Weber Mortgage in Vestavia Hills. From WJTZ Media.

Graduation for the Birmingham Police Academy in 2000 at the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown. From J. Hill.

Decatur blues-rock group Lamont Landers Band performs in July at Saturn in Avondale. From Stevoramo.

The Birmingham First Ensemble performs “Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel?” at Birmingham First Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Hoover. From Birmingham First Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

Talking with Bob Dickerson of the Birmingham Business Resource Center. From What’s Happening Bham

Oakland singer-songwriter Fantastic Negrito performs in July at Saturn in Avondale. From Stevoramo.

A fun road trip to Birmingham, including stops downtown. From Alexandria Ng.

Millsaps student Avinash Ananth talks about his internship at Birmingham consulting firm 45 Inc. From 45 Inc. Birmingham.

Promo for Highlands United Methodist Church in Five Points South. From Highlands UMC.

Drone footage of UAB, with fancy flying and a fiery finish. From Gentry Palmer.

British rock band the Cult performs “She Sells Sanctuary” in August at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From It Is What It Is.

South Bend prog rock band Umphrey’s McGee performs “Mantis” in August at Avondale Brewing Co. From Live and Listen.

Drone footage of a new roof. From Home Rescue.

General SaRa Suten Seti speaks on “The Art of Leadership During the Time of Crisis” in 2017 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Birmingham on Southside. From General Seti.

Mexican band Los Giles perform in August at El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Borjas Gonzalez.

Touring the Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum in Leeds. From Peter J. Thoesen PLLC.

Spider monkeys at the Birmingham Zoo (our other other vertical video of the week). From Bradley R.

The girls in their new home, with ducks and a playground. From Tŏng Yé.

Birmingham metal band Midmourner performs in 2014 at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Dirtworshipper Music.

Commercial for UAB. From University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Stone Temple Pilots and Bush perform in August at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From 311Vision.

A collection of “Talented Birmingham Artists Under 25.” From Birmingham Plug.

Music video for “Apollo” by Birmingham band St. Paul and the Broken Bones, filmed by Big Communications at Samford University. From St. Paul and the Broken Bones.

High school basketball: 1998 tournament game with Pembroke Hill (Kansas City) vs. Minor (Adamsville) in Pine Bluff, Ark. From Titus Video.

Checking out UAB Student Media and jamming with friends. From Dustin Harrelson.

At August’s Liberty Cup soccer tournament. (our final vertical video of the week). From Joanna Chambers.

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